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EV Cert from Network Solutions - works on some - SHA1 intermediate cert on others

Question asked by John Sanborn on May 4, 2015
Latest reply on Mar 14, 2016 by Adm Selec

Windows Server 2012 R2 - IIS 8.5

 

When I bind this new NetSolv EV certificate, I get a root certificate from USERTRUST then an intermediate Network Solutions certification using SHA1 on Chrome and IE.

 

  • Firefox, Chromium on Linux, and Chrome on Android work fine.  Safari and Chrome on mac work also.

 

I had a paid support with network solutions to install the new EV cert and they could not figure it out.

 

Here is a screen shot of the certificate path I get on Chrome and IE (running Windows 8 if that matters)

 

cert_screen_shot_chrome.png

 

Here is what I get everywhere else.

cert_screen_shot_firefox.png

 

I have tried exporting and removing the USERTRUST cert from IIS, but it just comes back.

 

What can I do to be able to use my EV cert without the red flag in Chrome?

 

 

edit - I have since put the basic validation certificate back - so we don't have the red flags in Chrome.

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